Medical Care

Wichita and South Central Kansas residents enjoy a high level of expertise and healthcare choice. The city is continuously ranked high in the nation for the quality of healthcare available.

Places of Worship

Whether you are visiting for a weekend or looking for a church or place of worship to call home, you'll find a place of faith right for you.

Fitness

Biking
 
There are bike lanes open for public use along First and Second Streets (East/West) and Topeka and Market Streets (North/South). A bicycle repair station is available for public use in front of the Kansas Health Foundation at 309 E. Douglas Avenue. Learn more about local bicycling at bikewalkwichita.org.
CrossFit Wichita
535 S. St. Francis Street 
(316) 644-6917
A world class fitness center driven by a diverse community of people encouraging each other to become better in fitness. CrossFit Wichita is the first CrossFit facility in the city. The Coaching staff are certified CF-L1, ACE, OPEX, or in USAW weightlifting and are dedicated to ongoing fitness education.
Robert D. Love YMCA
402 N. Market Street 
(316) 264-9374
Key features of the state of the art work out facility include an 8 lane competition lap pool, full size gymnasiums, five locker rooms, program studios for martial arts, group exercise, yoga, cycling, multiple racquetball/ handball courts, an indoor track plus much more. Must be a YMCA member to utilize facility.
Siva Yoga Studio
416 S. Commerce Street, Suite #104 
(316) 650-9187
Siva Yoga Studio is Wichita's vinyasa or "flow" yoga studio located at 416 S Commerce Street in the heart of the Wichita Art District. Great yoga to great music. Since 2008, Siva Yoga has been offering amazing vinyasa or flow classes, workshop, retreats and teacher trainings.
Wichita Skate Park
645 S. St. Francis Street  
The Wichita Skate Park has unique features including being located under an overpass and the fact that the facility is all-concrete. The park was designed by world-renowed skatepark designer Wally Hollyday. The skatepark is 12,045 square feet in size (approximately 1/4 of an acre) and features two distinctly different areas. The "Bowl Area" which consists of three bowls made of "shotcrete", a type of concrete that is shot on the surface. The "Urban Landscape" provides traditional elements such as the four "Street boxes" also known as "fun boxes", four concrete ramps, stairs, handrails and ledges. The entire plaza is 100 "skateable" landscape.